Thursday, March 20, 2008

"ABC News" and "Lunch with David" video interviews

Things seem to have quieted down very perceptibly during the last few days for Amy as she has now turned her attention to filming "Julie and Julia". I am therefore taking this opportunity to post two very good video interviews that you may or may not have seen already. They were both recorded in November 2007. Amy appeared on ABC News to promote "Enchanted" and spent some time (almost half-an-hour!) discussing her latest film, her choices and her aspirations with David Poland. The second video - a candid discussion - is probably the best interview I've ever seen. Definitely a must-watch for Amy's fans!

ABCNews.com - Princess Amy Adams

Lunch with Amy Adams

11 comments:

Amanda C. said...

definitively love this blog, thanks!

emily said...

ahhh I love Amy Adams so much! she's fantastic and definitely a princess!!

mmmC said...

thanks so much stephany!!
i love this blog so much!!

SkullyRox said...

Oh that was annoying, did the video keep stopping for anyone else? :( I couldn't watch it as one continuous video-it kept stopping every 2 seconds or so to buffer.
But that was a great great video all the same. :D
Thanks for posting!!
SkullyRox

SkullyRox said...

Oh oops-I meant to say it's the second video-the lunch with-video that stops! :D

Anonymous said...

pretty funny when the guy says something about the "35's", like he was thinking she was 26, 27 or something and she says "it's closer than what you think". Let's apologize him, nobody can tell Amy's age only looking at her.

nams said...

the "lunch with david" interview was just wonderful. it's too bad most interviews are of the 2 or 3 minute variety, the longer ones are so much more interesting and revealing! thanks so much for posting.

macefrancis said...

Thank you for posting this :)

John said...

The second interview is kind of awkward (like always)... but it's good.

Anonymous said...

Love the lunch with David interview

Anonymous said...

I would rate this her best interview, second only to the one in which she switches off interviewing and being interviewed by patrick dempsey - because the viewer can really get a sense of what she's like and the depth of her knowledge of acting and the roles she has as a professional actress; great interviewer in Mr. Poland, as well, of course, who presents the subject well and gives the subject time to "engage" as AA says.